- For a black look, use Mahogany.
- For a dark brown look, then use German Chocolate, Cafe` Ole, or Royal Fudge.
- For a medium brown look, you may want to use either Chocolate Truffle, Cocoa, or Copper.
- For a light brown look; use Bordeaux, Milk Chocolate, or Caramel.
- For Brunettes of Dark, Medium, and Light Brown hair with skin types 1,2, or 3:
- For a black color use Charcoal or Mahogany
- For a medium to dark brown color, use Earth or Expresso or German Chocolate.
- For a medium brown color, use Cafe Vienna or Cappuccino
- For a lighter brown color Fawn, Hazelnut, or Bashful Blonde.
For Blondes, Gray, or White hair with skin types 1, 2, or 3:
- The most popular colors for ash blondes are those in the Cool Collection, Fawn, Hazelnut, or Bashful Blonde.
- The most popular color for warm blondes is Bordeaux, Milk Chocolate, or Caramel.
- For golden blondes, Hazelnut, Cappuccino, Milk Chocolate or Caramel is an excellent choice.
- For an even lighter choice, use Amber for the client that does not want too cool or too warm of a color.
For Strawberry Blondes, Redheads or Auburn hair color with skin types 1, 2, or 3:
- For a dark brown look, then use Chocolate Truffle, Royal Fudge, or Cafe` Ole`.
- For a medium brown look, you may want to use either Cocoa or Copper.
- For a light brown look; use Bordeaux, Cappuccino, Milk Chocolate, or Caramel.
- Remember that red counteracts green and vise versa.
- Therefore a client with an olive complexion will absorb a red color better because the green will absorb the red in the color.
- Use warmer colors on olive complexioned skin tones and ashier colors on reddish skin tones.
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